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jadekelllly Group Title

solve cos(2x-4)=sin(6x)

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  1. RadEn Group Title
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    what's interval for x ?

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  2. jadekelllly Group Title
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    i have no clue, im doing the work sheet and that is all it says for this question

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  3. jadekelllly Group Title
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    it says solve for x

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  4. dan815 Group Title
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    |dw:1371573363440:dw|

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  5. dan815 Group Title
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    remember complimentary angles

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  6. jadekelllly Group Title
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    the answer choices are 20, -11, 10.75, or 11.75

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  7. dan815 Group Title
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    forget your answers, understand concept

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  8. RadEn Group Title
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    if just in the 1st quadrant. u can use the identity : cosx = sin(90-x) cos(2x-4)=sin(6x) sin(90-(2x-4))=sin(6x) 90-(2x-4) = 6x solve for x the result would be same like @dan817 said :)

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    oppss 815 not 817, hihi :)

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  10. dan815 Group Title
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    hi :)

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  11. dan815 Group Title
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    do u see how complimentary angles work now

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  12. dan815 Group Title
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    in a right angled triangle the 2 other angles must add up to 90

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  13. jadekelllly Group Title
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    Im really slow at picking up these concepts.....:/ so this im reallly lost..

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  14. dan815 Group Title
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    hmm how else can i explain it

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  15. jadekelllly Group Title
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    btw i really appriciate the help you guysss!!

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  16. dan815 Group Title
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    no lets do it between 4 to pi+4 for 1 interval of your cos(2x-4)

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  17. RadEn Group Title
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    hmmm.. for easier, solve this algebrically :) can u solve for x, this part : |dw:1371574314002:dw|

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  18. dan815 Group Title
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    first solve an x that works and ill show u how u can find all the other xs that work

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    |dw:1371574763654:dw|

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    cos(2x-4)=cos(90-6x) a)2x-4=90-6x+360k b)2x-4=6x-90+360k a)x=94/8+45k b)x=86/4+90k

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    x=11.75

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